tv KWWL News at Ten NBC October 7, 2016 10:00pm-10:34pm CDT
we've got you covered. this is the news at ten." good evening everyone, i'm ron steele. and i'm amanda goodman. thanks for joining us. an area man is in custody tonight in connection to the death of his girlfriend -- just as he was trying to leave the state. 48-year-old jimmy mcdaniel arrested by police inside a hotel in prairie du chien, wisconsin -- as he waited for a ride to a nearby airport. live now at the telegraph herald newsroom in dubuque with more. shirley. i'm just getting back from prarie du chien. authorities not releasing much information about this homicide. this man -- 48-year-old jimmy mcdaniel is under arrest in bridgeport township. that's just outside prarie du chien, wisconsin. they were called to a home here on velvet lane...after midnight on wednesday. when they got there...officers say they found the body of 55-year-old linda kline. she was on the ground
boyfriend, mcdaniel was at the home...her sister was also inside. after an autopsy -- doctors ruled kline's death a homicide. "and it seems mcdaniel tried to leave wisconsin the following day. police arrested him in the lobby of an area hotel. they say he was planning on catching a flight to georgia." mcdaniel was waiting for a ride to take him to la crosse airport. but he didn't get away -- he's now at the crawford county jail. and we should know more information about this incident soon. authorities say they plan of releasing more details next week. we've got you covered live from the telegraph herlad newsroom in dubuque -- shirley descorbeth -- kwwl news. mcdaniel is awaiting his bond
hurricane matthew -- still a major threat along the atlantic coast. the storm has been downgraded to a category two hurricane -- but is pushing rain and sea water onto shores in northeast florida and southeast georgia tonight. the storm's damage in florida let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg -- who's tracking the storm's movement up the coast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather stormtrack 7 weather team: the all combines to allow temperatures to drop into the 30s by morning. areas north of highway 20 will see temperatures mostly sunny and warmer as high temperatures inch closer to the low 70s ahead of a cold front. wednesday and thursday turn cooler with highs near 60s and a 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast evening as the sun sets. the sky is clear with very dry air. highway 20 will see temperatures in the mid 30s...so patch frost temperatures top out near normal (mid 60s).
low 70s ahead of a cold front. wednesday and thursday turn cooler with highs near 60s and a mix of sun and clouds. thank you mark -- communities along flooding, damage and power outages at the hands of hurrican matthew moving into the weekend. jay gray is in daytona beach, florida with more tonight. southeast coast.. "we have seen hurricane force winds along the coast of over 100 miles per hour." violent winds.. pushing sheets of rain sideways.. and a massive storm surge.. moving the ocean inland
away from this window." the conditions have been brutal.. flood waters swallowing cars.. trees pulled from the soaked ground or snapped by the wind.. homes and businesses across the strike zone - battered and torn apart.. nats pop transformer more than a million homes don't have power right now.. that number expected to climb - as matthew turns its attention to georgia, and the carolinas.. "we still have hurricane warnings and storm surge warnings in effect for the entire south carolina coast." charleston could see (nats: knocking "fire department!") firefighters going door-to-door earlier today.. urging families to join the hundreds- churning closer to the shoreline.. the time to move-out is ..running out.. move around as matthew.. moves in.. the storm is expected to continue to hug the coast.. and cause major problems across the region -
beach, florida, now back to you. as the storm rolls up the east coast -- it has left enormous damage in its wake in the caribbean. the death toll in haiti following hurricane matthew -- now more than 800. escaping that count -- the many children housed in orphanages funded n kwwl's jessica hartman speaking with the iowa non- profit about the destruction left in the wake of matthew. jessica? go-serv global -- started by iowa farmers in 2010 is thankful their children are safe -- but now the hundreds of orphans and staff are without food and clean water. arial views show the devistation left behind by go-serv-global has built orphanages, schools, clinics, and homes in a small south western community. the area suffered a direct hit from matthew.
community surrounding our complex, only about 10% of the homes is all that survived. everything else is gone. we but the children, teachers, and clinic staff are still struggling with limited resources. "the biggest issue right now the iowa farmers who co-founded the organizations will be heading down this sooner -- it was hard to be kids. we know these kids. it is like having your own kids here. if you weren't able to feed your own kids, imagine how that would feel. that is the feeling
if you would like to help --- we will have a link to the donation page at kwwl.com. we've got you covered . . . jessica hartman kwwl news. go-serv-global was founded by iowa farmers after the 2010 earthquake in haiti the organization now has and helps in disaster relief here in the u-s. in continuing coverage -- bail is set for an iowa man accused of shooting and killing his parents in the family's home this week. 20-year-old sean freese is facing charges of first degree murder. his bail has been set at one million dollars. freese is expected back in court next week -- davenport police say he planned the killings, but
of a shooting and found freese's parents' bodies inside their home on wednesday. decision 20-16 coverage -- with controversy in the air for both presidential favorites. with the election coming one month from tomorrow -- both donald trump and hillary clinton are coming under fire tonight. trump's campaign responding to unearthed video showing the presidential nominee using explicit language while talking the comments were recorded on an open microphone while he was taping an interview for the television show access hollywood in 2005. in the conversation with former access hollywood host billy bush, trump talks about making advances toward a married woman while on board a tour bus -- actually, you know she was down her, she was married." "i've got to use some tic tacs attracted to beautiful, i just
"i don't even wait. and when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything." trump releasing a statement in response to the resurfaced video -- saying quote "this was locker room banter -- a private conversation that took place many years ago. bill clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course -- not even close. i apologize if anyone was offe" the clinton campaign -- dealing with its own controversy as more emails surface from clinton's private server. the newly- released emails reportedly show senior white house officials were in close contact with clinton's campaign about the potential fallout of clinton's email issues. the new batch of emails come from early 20-15. the two candidates will once again share a stage this weekend
debate will be hosted at washington university in st. louis on sunday evening. you can stream it all on our website kwwl dot com. it's scheduled to begin at eight o'clock on sunday. coming up on kwwl -- a tornado touches down in iowa -- setting up a weekend of clean up for those in its path. and -- a robbery suspect leads police on a chase that goes off coming up. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full "now your storm track 7
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respecting one another. and never giving up. i want our success to be measured by theirs. here is additional forecast evening as the sun sets. the sky is clear with very dry air.
30s by morning. areas north of patch frost is possible. saturday and sunday are monday and tuesday temperatures inch closer to the low 70s ahead of a cold front. wednesday and thursday turn cooler with highs near 60s and a mix of sun and clouds. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: the wind diminishes this evening as the sun sets. the sky is clear with very dry air. this highway 20 will see temperatures in the mid 30s...so patch frost is possible. saturday and sunday are mostly sunny and warmer as high temperatures tot monday and tuesday temperatures inch closer to the low 70s ahead of a cold front. wednesday and thursday turn cooler with highs near 60s and a mix of sun and clouds. information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: the wind diminishes this evening as the sun sets. the sky temperatures to drop into the 30s by morning. areas north of highway 20 will see temperatures in the mid 30s...so patch frost is possible. saturday and sunday are (mid 60s). monday and tuesday temperatures inch closer to the
mix of sun and clouds. from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: the wind diminishes this evening as the sun sets. the sky is clear with very dry air. highway 20 will see temperatures in the mid 30s...so patch frost is possible. saturday and sunday are (mid 60s). monday and tuesday temperatures inch closer to the low 70s ahead of a cold front. the cold front gives us a slight chance of showers both monday and tuesday. wednesday and thursday turn cooler with highs near 60s and a screen for your complete weather stormtrack 7 weather team: the wind diminishes this evening as the sun sets. the sky is clear with very dry air. this highway 20 will see temperatures in the mid 30s...so patch frost is possible. saturday and sunday are (mid 60s). monday and tuesday temperatures inch closer to the low 70s ahead of a cold front. wednesday and thursday turn cooler with highs near 60s and a mix of sun and clouds. from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team:
this all combines to allow in the mid 30s...so patch frost is possible. saturday and sunday are mostly sunny and warmer as high temperatures top out near normal (mid 60s). monday and tuesday temperatures inch closer to the low 70s ahead of a cold front. the cold front gives us a slight all combines to allow mostly sunny and warmer as high more severe weather landing a wednesday and thursday turn cooler with highs near 60s and a mix of sun and clouds. blow here in iowa. a tornado touching down in the state overnight. strong storms leaving damage in muscatine and the quad cities area -- where the national weather service is still assessing the toll heading into the weekend. an e-f one tornado touched down in muscatine.
downtown davenport taking a lot of damage, some to the roof. trees were uprooted and several barns in the rural area were also destroyed. coming up on kwwl -- a high speed chase with a high drama ending -- we'll take a better look up next. tonight -- more ins so what do the trade deals supported by congressman rod blum
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20-year-old nathan twedt's body was pulled from the iowa river in iowa city last month. he was a student at u-n-i. investigators say alcohol did play a factor -- and the man was last seen inside the university of iowa rec center. witnesses say he appeared to be very drunk and confused -- and went into a restricted area. hes surveillance video running towards the exit -- before falling into the river about ten minutes later. the drowning has been ruled accidental. a wild police chase with a suspected thief ends with a bang. check it out -- this happening in dallas. the chase started with a police chopper following the suspect in medians and plowing right through traffic signs -- eventually silogn control and crashing into a roadside fence. officers surrounded the car with
with an arrest. a two-day standoff finally comes to an end today. the stalemate taking place at a motel in alabama -- u-s marshals there say it all began yesterday morning when they tried to take a suspect in on an arrest warrant. when officers identified themselves -- a shot was fired through the door. shots were also fired overnight during the standoff. a conclusion came today -- when the suspect and another woman inside thro and taken to the hospital. police aren't sure if the woman was in the room willingly with the suspect. the ncaa takes another step in its opposition of north carolina's so-called bathroom bill today. the association announcing a replacement location for the first and second rounds of the ncaa men's basketball tournament -- which greensboro, north carolina was originally scheduled to host. the games will now be held in greenville, south carolina on march 17th and 19th.
said they would relocate seven championship events from north carolina in response to a state law that requires transgender people to use only the bathroom that corresponds to their gender at birth. the law also prevents cities from instating laws that prohibit anti- lgbt discrimination. other championship events were moved to boston, california, virginia, georgia, tennessee and texas today. coming up next ---the iowa hawkeyes
good evening, i'm rick coleman. right now the iowa hawkeyes have all the hardware from their trophy games under lock and key in iowa city. tomorrow...the floyd of rosedale will be up fir grabs when the hawkeyes visit the minnesota golden goohers tomorrow. favorites to return the trophy to iowa city. it's just the second road game iowa this season-- the hawkeyes suffered both of their losses at home. the hawk go to minneapolis --with a chance to get back on track... they've played a the same way same way--we both know what we are going to get bith temas know how the other is going to play them and we just have to go up hostile environment they obviously don't like us very much---last time we were up there we did't come ready to play and they took advantage of
do what we can to win. the hawks and gophers kick off at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning the northern iowa panthers travel to vermillion south dakota to face the south dakota coyotes tomorrow in missouri valley football ati illinois last week---looking to improve to two and oh in the conference--- south dakota is coached by former wartburgh head coach bob nielson the iowa state cyclones hit the road tomorrow to face the oklahoma state cowboys in stillwater, oklahoma... the ccylones will be looking for their first big 12 win of the season---after coming up just short to baylor. kick off is two- thirty tomorrow...
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friday night heores... top ranked cedar rapids xavier visits waverly-shell rock... cedar falls hosts unbeaten waterloo west at the uni- dome and our game of the week is a great class a battle of unbeatens. gladbrook-reinbeck at hudson. we begin the night with an eight man football game... powerful don bosco pays a visit to winless west central.... the dons bounced back from their first ever regular season loss
over kee high tonight the dons loooking to take car of business against the blue devils... and on their first possession the dons strike first ---- brandon bagby goes 20 yards to give don bosco an 8-0 lead.. coach colby yoder likes what he sees. west central comes right back-- collin kime finishes a drive with a run to paydirt... blue devils pull to within 8-7. don bosco comes right back austin svoboda on the keeper dashes 17 yards for his first touchdown of the night---to make it 16-7 dons. and then right before the end of the firast quarter its svoboda races 48 yards for a 24-7 don bosco lead. svoboda has a big night run ning
touchdown run--and the stiff arm to get into the endzone.. don bosco leads 32- 7. svoboda says--don't sleep on my passing skills-- he fires a 64 yard touchdown strike to caleb rigdon--- to make it 40-7 dons on their way to a 86-20 win. in dike... the 2st championship comes down to one game. roland story at dike-new hartford. both teams enter the game unbeaten in district play. roland story is riding a five game winning streak while dike-new hartford has won four straight. the norseman would start the game with a bang. on the opening kick off, austin hobbs fields it at the two. he finds a lane and nearly goes all the way. he's forced out at the wolverine